Western Reserve Rangers elect officers, host Green Team representative

Kim Lewis from the Mahoning County Green Team gave “magic pencils” to the 4-H members that participated in the relay game. From left, front row, Kayla Sharfal, Izzy Wargacki; back row, Cooper Selley, Isabel Schors, Audrey Hepburn, Lilly Hepburn, Delaney Crytzer, Avery Mountain, Kim Lewis, Tony Schran, Nathan Fusillo and Caylee Selley. (Submitted photo)
Kim Lewis from the Mahoning County Green Team presents a recycled bag to Caylee Selly. Caylee won the bag with a variety of recycled items in a drawing. (Submitted photo)

BERLIN CENTER – The Western Reserve Rangers 4-H Club elected the following officers at its February meeting: Isabel Schors, president; Natalia Kresic, vice president; Delaney Crytzer, secretary; Avery Mountain, treasurer; Brandon Quear, Tony Schran and Cooper Selley, health and safety leaders; and Delaney Crytzer and Avery Mountain, recreation leaders.

Also at the meeting, Kim Lewis from the Mahoning County Green Team led a game and a presentation about recycling. She also presented a recycled bag filled with useful items to Caylee Selley, who won a drawing for bringing a reusable beverage container to the meeting.

Clothing and quilting members will meet at 1:30 p.m. March 8 at the Joann ETC Store in Boardman to select supplies for their projects. Members will cut out their projects at the home of Kathleen Moser on April 14.

Members signed up to participate in a County Workshop from 2 to 4 p.m. March 1 at the Extension Center in Canfield to make personalized pillowcases.

The club will meet again at 7 p.m. March 12 at the Ellsworth Fire Hall. Members are to bring bags of wrapped candy to fill eggs for the Community Easter Egg Hunt that will take place at 2 p.m. April 10 at Western Reserve Schools.